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What is Virtual Reality training?

Virtual Reality (VR) training is an immersive 3D simulation learning experience that replicates real-life scenarios and environments, giving learners the chance to complete practical training in a risk-free environment where they can learn by doing. Our clients are using our VR training solutions to simulate potentially fatal scenarios without compromising safety.

Our view on Virtual Reality training

Where training is required for high-hazard roles or with hazardous equipment, VR is the only way to develop safe habits through repetitive and immersive learning. Learners can develop and embed safe working habits from remote locations without requiring extensive travel.

By replicating highly skilled, risky tasks and scenarios in VR safety training learners can navigate and respond to real situations within a safe, immersive environment, allowing them to make mistakes, repeat tasks and feel confident and prepared to deal with potentially life-threatening incidents.

Typical Business Needs And Challenges:

  1. The learner is not able to experience the consequences of potential mistakes.
  2. The learner is not engaged in traditional theoretical learning content.
  3. The learner needs help to get to a physical learning environment.
  4. The learner needs more access to specific training equipment which is expensive and not always accessible.
  5. The learner needs to learn new skills fast and retain more information and knowledge.

VR Content Oil and Gas

Virtual reality training
Companies in high-risk industries experienced a 43% reduction in injury rates after implementing VR training. (Chaos Theory Games, 2020)


Learn in an immersive and safe environment


> Our VR safety training enables learners to experience the consequences of potential mistakes in an immersive, protected and risk free environment.

> The primary benefit of VR  training is that as well as being immersive, it provides a completely safe real-life environment to  interact, make mistakes and repeat tasks.

> Ensure learners are focused and engaged in their learning in an immersive and realistic environment.

> Our VR training solutions replicate real-life workplace scenarios, giving learners access to real-life safety-critical working environments.

> VR training is proven to develop the skills and behavioural habits required for safety-critical roles.

> VR is proven to improve learning retention by 80%.

> Our VR technology brings scenarios to life which are difficult to create in a physical environment, enabling an emotional connection to their learning.

> We are experts in replicating real-life immersive and interactive environments that accurately represent real-life workplaces, tasks and scenarios.

70% infographic
VR based training programs can reduce training time by 40% and improve employee performance by 70%, compared to traditional training. (Forbes)

“Our virtual reality programme has proved extremely popular with clients and we are now planning to develop this further. We want to work with our clients to add more scenarios and learn more about how this type of application can help individual businesses and the industry in general.”

Gary Tomlin, Head of Research and Testing, UK and West Africa at DNV GL


"This is proving extremely effective and we are now planning to extend our virtual reality training across other land rig roles and procedures. We believe our positive experience can benefit the wider oil and gas sector by highlighting new and innovative ways of addressing workforce development.”

Coy Wilcox, Head of Training at Saudi Aramco Nabors Drilling


“Working with 3t Transform has been transformational for our business. Using virtual reality training has helped us to engage with younger audiences and attract them into the business. This is critical for our future growth and allows the business to maintain a lifeblood of trained and expert staff.”

Paul Blanchard, Director of Manufacturing at Komatsu

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